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at the center part of the nation. hunters from north texas into nebraska and into the southern -- in the hundreds from northern texas and nebraska and into the southern dakotas. 63-67 the overnight low. we keep the clouds all night. a little spotty. tomorrow morning we expect a little more of that. by the afternoon, probably some breaks in the clouds. we will shoot again for tomorrow. it'll be improving. still a lot of clouds. 81-85 the high. ocean city will be dry and in the 80's sunday and monday. a lot of clouds. by monday into tuesday for us the rain chances are to increase. humidity and heat. by tuesday we will be up to 90. >> the orioles are trying to keep the winning streak going. >> they will try to make a for in a row tonight in cleveland. open championship pilots coming up in sports. -- >> from the sports center, that this is 11 sports. >> good evening. after a terrible start to the road trip, and they have rallied. baltimore won the last two against minnesota up and then won the first of four cleveland. last night was a rare rally for the orioles. this one was close.
mexican history. in my house, first of all i came from a house in san antonio, south texas of big opinions. my father was a kind of district attorney without portfolio. other jewish fathers play golf. >> this is a jewish district attorney. >> originally from mexico. his whole passion in life is corruption. the family own add discount store. that wasn't where his heart would you say. he was running this family business and his heart was exposing theing bad guy. for a reporter it became the most fantastic training ground. at dinner my father would talk non stop, the mayor is a crook, the senator is a crook, i am going to get that guy. he would have campaigns, whistle blowers, he had stocking bag stuffers. there was an extrodinary house, lucky house, very grateful for all of that who is hilariously funny. he is holder sister, anita brenner was older, worked in the "new york times" in the 1930s. there are many pictures of anita in those family scrapbooks. unfortunately my father hated his older sister, rather than getting to have wonderful times of gertrudestein in mexico, all i heard was she
in oklahoma and texas where a terrible drought continues. for us, more showers tomorrow, a most unusual july day. it will stay below 80 degrees. i know you want to hear about it. >> we look the below 80's. tonight's rainfall is the last thing people in parts of the district want to see especially those living in the flood-ravaged bloomingdale section of the district and the clean-up efforts. >> this area, as you know, has flooded badly for a number of years and for the last 10 days three different storms have hit and people are in anticipation of another. this is insane. this has become an all too familiar scene in the bloomingdale neighborhood. >> i never seen this ever in my life. >> when the residents came home 10 days ago they had three inches of water. >> that's not good. should we open the door? >> from the afternoon into the early evening -- residents prepared for the worst. >> packing sandbags. >> hoping to prevent more of this. jeremy has had to tear sheetrock off his walls and caused $10,000 worth of damage and shirley brown said it cost e
, and then fatally shot in the head according to witnesses. she had just moved to denver from texas, randi, where she was trying to become a sports caster, an aspiring journalist who no doubt would have had a tremendous impact on our field. and ironically enough, she was in toronto last month when a mall shooting broke out there. she survived that attack. her mother earlier, yesterday, spoke to our affiliate in san antonio, giving an emotional interview about her daughter. >> i'll never have her to hug again or get a text message again or get a funny facebook picture. that's the hard part right now. just knowing those are things that i'm never going to get to experience again. i was blessed, only for 25 years, but i was blessed. >> now, cnn is continuing to make calls this morning, trying to independently confirm those names for our viewers. and just a reminder to our viewers, the youngest victim being a 4-month-old baby that was treated and released. also included, yesterday, barbara starr, cnn pentagon correspondent, finding that four servicemen, in fact, two airmen and two sailors, one who's still
nixon was president and he is getting called constantly from the country of texas. they have suddenly exiled lyndon johnson -- he is being sent home. he is going crazy, he decides not to run for reelection. there is nothing to do. and he's constantly calling the white house and saying that i want to come up and do stuff. i need a plane and i need somewhere to stay. johnson was driving the nixon white house crazy. two such distraction that nixon said to him a house or building or an office or place to stay overnight. a young military aid was a colonel in the air force at the time, he got this assignment. i guess that tells you how i found out about this story. they basically take over a rundown townhouse on lafayette square. it becomes a secret place where presidents can be or stay the night until today. it has recently been renovated. i did recently get inside. it is four stories, the nicest four seasons you have ever stayed in your life. you can check in only four people can do that. and i should just tell you that the thread count sheets is like a billion. [laughter] there is a luxu
business 12,347 hector garcia works for cws guns the largest seller of assault rifles in el paso texas. hector believes that the government's new regulations are unamerican. >> 1776 they said, hey, you have the right to keep and bear arms. no government intervention. they didn't say anything about throwing out paperwork. >> does it concern you at all that so many people are killed by american god bless you? >> you feel bad as a person because someone got killed. >> but that not stop you from selling the guns? >> no. >> why? >> it's america, why not? >> cenk: i mean, there it is in a nutshell. i'm in america. they found some reason to be able to sleep at night. why not, i want to make money. >> exactly. you have to remember ever since this assault weapons ban lifted these things have been flying off the shelves. the nra loves nothing more than to scare people into thinking that one day they may not be able to buy ar 15s which is the civilian equivalent of m-16 which is issued to all military. they fly off the shelves, and they buy more and more, and it's big business. >> cenk: this is w
. there's some severe weather chances here from louisiana to texas and arkansas and mississippi. we'll talk more about that coming up. >> and with that severe weather threat will be some intense rains. we'll talk about that coming up and show you pictures there new orleans. they had record flooding yesterday. >> all right, ginger. thank you. >>> we want to go back to david muir in colorado with an amazing survival story. >> reporter: good morning, i'm here with eric hunter. he has an incredible story. you were in the adjacent theater watching "batman" as well. when the gunfire broke out, it came through the walls. >> the first three shots. then another eight or nine. by that time, i'm walking down the stairs, i see blood on the stairs. i turn to the crowd and tell them there's something wrong, we need to get out of here. we need to call the cops. >> reporter: you told me there was gun fire in the movie. you couldn't tell the difference between the movie and the real thing. >> right. the first three shots, we couldn't tell. >> reporter: you opened a door to the theaters. you noticed
to be an environmentalist she was nursing her 6 month daughter olivia and a story had been done by texas tech where they looked at breast milk samples, all were contaminated with rocket fuel. i was stunned, i thought breast milk was as pure as it came for food source. i was up all night thinking about it. i tell the story about michelle from california whose family was the first family to be monitored in the oakland tribune. it stunned even scientists. the tests found many of the same chemicals they found in charlotte's 5-year-old mic ala, she had recently spent a lot of time in nail salons. the biggest surprise of what they found in 2-year-old rowland, chemicals found in nearly anyone else in the world 6 times higher than in parents, twice the levels that researchers see in land animals. this is a serious warning said a scientist researchers on flame retar tkapbts. young children are exposed because they put their hands in their mouth and bodies don't eliminate chemicals as readily. to me i think very historically crystallizes what we are learning. that was a story in 2006 by the environmental wor
, texas was living in aurora, colorado working at joe's crab shack according to her face book page. she is a mother of a couple of kids there and we saw a post on her father's facebook page where he says, i lost my daughter yesterday to a mad man. my grief right now is inconsolable. i hear she died instantly without pain, however the pain is unbearable. so, fred, again, to recap, an eighth victim now we're hearing about. of the 12 killed in early friday morning in aurora, colorado, 32-year-old rebecca wingo originally from quinlan, texas was living in aurora, colorado. she is now being listed as the eighth victim. >> tragic. thanks so much. appreciate that. we'll have much more of our continuing coverage of this massacre at a movie theater right after this. i have to know the weather patterns. i upgraded to the new sprint direct connect. so i can get three times the coverage. [ chirp ] [ manager 2 ] it's like working in a giant sandbox with all these huge toys. and with the fastest push-to-talk... i can keep track of them all. [ chirp ] [ chirp ] [ male announcer ] upgrade to the new "d
." >> i'll tell you about some texas teens who share an extraordinary gift. >> coming up, i'll show you how to go from the fleece of a sheep to the wool of a scarf. >> that and lots more, right now on "teen kids news." >> welcome to "teen kids news." i'm mwanzaa. >> and i'm siena. here's our top story for this week. >> it's no secret that american teens need to get healthier. but that can be a challenge, especially because a lot of us like eating in places where food is fast and cheap. nicole tells us why some fast food can be a fast route to health problems later in life. >> i like cheeseburgers and fries. >> i'd have to say french fries. i like french fries. >> if i could find a really good hamburger... >> my favorite fast food would be onion rings because they're just really delicious. >> it tastes great, and it's pretty affordable. so what's the problem? >> well, there is a problem, but only if we're eating too often in fast-food restaurants, or we're making choices that aren't as healthy for us in a fast-food restaurant. yes, notoriously, fast food can be high in fat, calories, sod
the drought are expected to last through october. >>> severe weather tore through north texas friday. high winds caused an 18 wheeler to tip over on to a passenger vehicle near the dallas-ft. worth international airport. hail, lightning and heavy rain delayed several flights. no one was seriously hurt. >>> separately, rains caused a part of a ceiling to collapse friday at a mall in charlotte, north carolina. shoppers say it was very frightening but fortunately everyone got out okay. it's estimated that up to three inches of rain fell in about 45 minutes. >>> turning to syria where the rebels are pushing deeper into the capital of damascus in their fight to topple the regime. we're monitoring the latest violence in cairo. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, courtn courtney, rebel fighters clashed for a seventh straight day in the capital of damascus. since an attack on wednesday killed the country's defense minister along with three other top security officials, rebels are frequently ambushing troops and attacking police stations in the capital. but the syrian military is fighting back
a sister there. and i have a brother in arlington, texas. all of my family lives in texas. including uncles and cousins and aunts. i'm the only one i think who migrated beyond the bounds of texas. most texans seem to return. but nonetheless, we have lived in washington for the last nine years. i worked for newspapers in north carolina, in virginia, last at the virginian pilot down in norfolk. came to the administration in '83. i was a political conservative, brian, who wanted an opportunity to serve his country, to have an opportunity to be in public life. i had been a journalism -- there's a debate as to one should go through the revolving door, but ronald reagan was someone i believed in. i thought well of. when i had the opportunity to serve, i took advantage of the opportunity and came to washington. >> what kind of a conservative are you, traditional or libertarian? >> i would probably be more clearly or easily called a traditional. >> what does that mean? >> well, i think basically a conservative or traditional conservative would be someone who respects the constitution,s the fact tha
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their security measures referred me to their corporate office in texas, in which case, my calls have not been returned. as for amc theatres, their voice mail has been full all day long. >> thank you. >>> while the cinemark movie theatre released this statement, we are deeply saddened, our thoughts and prayers are with the victims, families and loved ones and warner brother, who made the movie, released this statement saying quote, warner brothers is deeply saddened to learn about this shocking incident. we extend our sincere se sympathies. >> 13 years ago and less than 20 miles away was another dark day for colorado and the country. this movie theatre in aurora is just down the road from littleton, the site of the bloody columbine high school massacre. i was there that day and stayed in denver that week covering the story. 13 people died .d the way the country deals with security. >> back then, witnesses of the columbine tranl tragedy shared their stories with tv crews, this time, giving the world an almost realtime glimpse of the cha chaos. one denver woman tweeted, shots fireded in the thea
to a witness and then shot in the head. the fatal shot took her life. she moved from denver to texas to pursue her dream of becoming a sportscaster. she was also a survivor of the recent mall shooting, gary, if you remember in toronto. it's incredible. her mom spoke to a local affiliate ksat. >> i'll never have her to hug again or get a text message again or get a funny facebook picture. that's the hard part right now. just knowing those are things that i'm never going to get to experience again. i was blessed only for 25 years, but i was blessed. >> just a tearful remembrance from her mother. just a tragic situation for all involved. of course, gary, cnn is making calls this morning. we have our national desk on assignment here. and we will update you with more victims. a 4-month-old. and pentagon releasing a statement saying four servicemen, two sailors and two airmen wounded in the incident, one of which is still unaccounted for. >> once again, the suspect in all of these shootings, james holmes. what's so tragic, not only are they losing their loved ones but they had to wait hours and hour
to experience again. i was blessed. only for 25 years, but i was blessed. >> reporter: she moved from her texas home to denver after begging her parents to let her pursue her dream job. >> it looks like you got hit with a puck. >> reporter: she'd been looking forward to this big night. jessica's close high school friend brent lowic was visiting her to share a special screening of this batman movie together. brent was shot in the backside and also suffered shrapnel wuds. his father says he's undergone surgery, though still has major injuries. active on twitter, jessica's last tweet came around midnight, saying, "movie doesn't start for 20 minutes." she had narrowly escaped tragedy just a month ago. a sad irony, her brother and friends tell us she was at the eaton center toronto mall, visiting her boyfriend, jay, a minor league hockey player, when a shooting broke out in the mall food court, just three minutes after jessica left it. she recounted the horror on her blog. "i was reminded that we don't know when or where our time on earth will end. when or where we will breathe our last breath. i sa
graduated from university of texas and had just started a job in denver primarily covering hockey. now, aif you would like to honor victims we've posted a badge in honor of the first victim identified. and also, use that name and we'll share more memories as information becomes available. >> and because of the shooting in colorado security at some of the movie theaters has been increased including here in the bay area. there are police increased their patrols around local movie houses and want to assure movie goers it's safe to attend any screening. and that is suspected to draw tens of thousands of fans this weekend. and there is a movie chain says it banned fans from wearing costumes or carrying weapons into a showings of the new movie. and he wore a vest and gas mask. police chief believes this let him blend in. >> because he was in a movie theater. there are people allowed to wear costumes because i guess costumes and enemies and so there is not something unusual for him to be dressed the way he was dressed. >> the dark knight rises is playing on screen as cross the country. so far amc
to be home? this is said in a texas accent. i would say i don't know. he said you have to be there because they are my pears and precious and have to put them in the refrigerator the minute you come in. i learned to say okay. then the fruit would come and it would be wrapped like a bomb or something, each fruit, each pear. these gorgeous asian pears had sty row foam socks wrapped around them. after the fruit came you'd get a series of phone calls, can i demand a refund from the ups man, are you sure, can you write down what time it came? >> you have been carrying around this story all your life, what happened, why turn it into a book? >> it was a huge decision. it came completely. so many of us carry around this sibling thing in the attic thing. it came to me because something happened in our life which transformed our relationship. it was huge for me and huge for him. we learned how to become a team. and we had, my brother had a crisis and wrote me a letter about it, kind of a stunning letter that came like a time bomb, when he was quite young, barely 50 that he had a rare form of non smo
a number of people on january 4, and it is all communications we are aware of, texas, phones, e-mails -- texts, phones, emails, and the people in records from are ross mirkarimi, you, and kellie williams, so that is what exhibit 83 is, and there are seven pages of small text lines, so i have tried to pull some of these out. if you want to take out your binder. >> ok. >> exhibit 83 is there in full. i just want to know that in case you want to double check some of the things i am highlighting to make sure if you have any doubts about their accuracy. the first box is a series of texts at 10:55 from lopez teto you, and another at 10:56, but , we do not know what the context is, so i am wondering if you remember. >> i vaguely remember. she let me know she had an argument with ross and that she wanted to talk with me. that was the gist of its. >> had she ever confided her personal affairs with you before? >> never. >> were you surprised to get these text messages and? >> yes. >> did you have any idea she was going to do this to? >> no. >> you recall the wording? >> i do not remember.
. the obstacles she overcame. >> reporter: the 25-year-old aspiring sports caster from san antonio, texas, was at a toronto mall earlier this year when a gunman went on a rampage. her mother talked to diane sawyer. >> she wrote afterwards, a final post on her personal blog, i can't get this odd feeling out of my chest. this empty, almost sickening feeling won't go away. >> yes, and she was -- very affected by watching the victims being brought out of that shooting. and realizing that several of them were very close to her own age and realized that life is very fragile. and she had a -- an epiphany at that moment that it could happen to any of us at any time. instead of being afraid of that, she embraced life even more fully. from that time on. and -- i'm sorry. >> there is no need to be sorry. i know that she read, i was shown how fragile life is. we don't know when our time on earth will end, when or where we'll breathe our last breath. >> beautifully written. and -- we really thought we had literally dodged a bullet that day. and i was so grateful that she was all right. and that -- the
."gha-wee... was a former intern... at our... sister station in san antonio, texas. the deadly shootings in colorado has one movie chain changing its security policy..... and police nationwide are stepping up enforcement at movie theaters. theaters. keith daniels, is live in north baltimore with more on police and that company's new rules... keith. keith. karen..... we're live at the rotunda on 41st street.. where that same "batman" movie that was tragically interuppted in colorado... is now showing......... we've seen security guards walking the grounds... and tonight, police say if there's trouble.. they are prepared. prepared. an officer is posted outside the landmark theater in downtown baltimore. baltimore city police say they have no information that suggests that an attack like what we saw in colorado would happen here. but still tonight, the department is boosting patrols as a precautionary measure. they say the propensity for a copy-cat crime is high following a high profile incident. (guglielmi) "we want people to know that there are extra police officers there for t
. what a swing. >> talk about extremes with bernadette. >>> an air force instructor in texas is sent to 20 years in prison for rape and sexual assault. a military jury at auckland aforce base found lewis walker guilty on several charges incleugd rape. he's one of 12 instructors accuse of sexual miswith female trainees. six o have been officially charged. >>> police are investigating a shooting here in baltimore tonight. officers found a 21-year-old man bleeding from multiple gunshot wounds. that victim was rushed to the hospital, and tonight he is said to be in stable condition. police are asking anyone with information on the shooting to go ahead and call detectives. >>> police are hoping for help in the case of a missing vulnerable adult. look at this picture of natoya williams hobb. she is mentally challenged. they need help trying to find this woman. anyone with information is asked to call the missing persons unit. >>> it is one of the night's fastest-growing airports. and now vwithurgood marshall has bhun to expand. it's one improvement that will make vwi a favorite for passeng
. >>> and back here in this country tonight. dangerous heat from east texas to south dakota. the southeast, flooding rains. new orleans, record rainfall. in north carolina, a chopping mall in charlotte is partially closed today. a roof collapse there. >>> the simple request made here with so many people listening. [ feedback ] attention, well, everyone. you can now try snapshot from progressive free for 30 days. just plug this into your car, and your good driving can save you up to 30%. you could even try it without switching your insurance. why not give it a shot? carry on. now you can test-drive snapshot before you switch. visit today. did you know when heartburn, it's too late to take prilosec because... but it's but zantac® works differently. it relieves heartburn in as little as 30 minutes. in fact, so, when heartburn strikes, try zantac® this has been medifacts for zantac® when i had my heart event. and i've been on a bayer aspirin regimen ever since. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. i know if i take my bayer as
. i am from baltimore. south carolina... bloomington, california... austin, texas... we are all here to represent the country we love. this is for everyone back home. it's go time. across america, we're all committed to team usa. >> they cancelled press events. they are pulling a trailer that was shown before "dark knight rises" for an upcoming film, "gangster squad" because it depicted a shooting in a movie theater. the movie theater is my home. the idea that someone would violate that innocent and hopeful place in such a savage way is devastating to me. >> i wonder how much this will adjust people -- people have a short-term apprehension about going to the movies, particularly this one. >> reporter: we are hearing from many movie theater companies and chains, hard nipping security and midnight premiere, people will dress up like a character, one company is saying you can wear a cost europe, but you can't cover your face. >> and you can't leave the exit door and come back in. >> reporter: of course. hollywood celebs are tweeting, reaching out. we have one from justin timberlake sayi
on ropes of camel smoke and demand a texas holdum. no wonder they call it spirits. spirits vad my father with cower vas yea. spirits made him burn rubber screaming in the driveway. the marianet and tongue were skillets at mid night. i wouldn't see his ass again until the next afternoon. twoshgs johnnie. gee my cousin john edwards volunteered for possession every week. he was certified. ex exor citizenim did nothing. colt 45, crazy horse they demand the sacrifices in blood so bottles would go to the couch friday night. walls kicked until straight jackets lay waiting on the lawn. mama would site visions of gang boys with metal vent as if it explained anything. it didn't between dusk from the and dawn saturday he was ready to blow the -- up. do you want some of this? oh , no, yes oh , no or yes , i will be damn, i will be damn, i will be damn. [applause] >> this is called someone else's child. and i guess it's a sort of an imagined conversation with a took place in a real moment in my father's hospital room in a matter of weeks before he died. my father is my foster father and there was al
by texas republican senator kay bailey hutchison. later, a panel discussing women and politics. now, former secretaries of state madeleine albright and colin powell. they talk about the importance of soft power, and how the rest of the world views america as a leader. secretary paulo also gave his views on foreign aid, the role of the private sector, and immigration policy. this is half an hour. >> what a pleasure trip is to share this small, intimate gathering with two such amazing national servants who have done so much. i've had the opportunity to talk to both in many settings, on cnn and since, so i am very looking forward to how you and -- how you will connect the dots in terms of america's role in the world, making the case for diplomacy and development, and where you see this all going. it is hot in washington now. a strange season. you are famous for so many things. especially those pins that you wear. tell us about the pain you are wearing. >> i am wearing a frog tonight, either because we have to leap over the problems that plague this budget, or to make sure that public assistanc
to be in the parade here. i had to drive, i don't know, 15 to 1800-miles to get here from texas. i had a fender bender a couple of day us ago, but live is live, i keep going. >> in the art car. >> yeah. >> from texas, how many like, did you drive that vehicle up or haul it? >> no. i drove it. >> how many trucks gave you the school honk the? >> people point. what i don't like is when they almost run me off of the road and knocking me and taking pictures and blocking me. that's the bad part. everyone is your friend. whether you want them to be or not. >> all right. joe hayden, thank you very much. >> all right. enjoy your stay in baltimore, bud. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> all right. joe hayden down at art scape. $27million the event brings into the city. 350,000 people every year. >> if the weather would cooperate this afternoon and tomorrow no weather issue at all. normally it is 190 degrees the weekend of art scare. it is 190 or showers. >>> still to come on eyewitness news saturday morning -- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> welcome back. headquarters of under aimer. we will protect this house known as bal
wingo 32 years old originally from quinlan, texas is a mother and also a local waitress at a crab shack according to her facebook page. her father steve hernandez posting a message online confirming her death saying i lost my daughter yesterday to a mad man. my grief right now is inconsolable. i hear she died instantly without pain. however, the pain is unbearable. these are just some of the messages we're hearing, don, from numerous family members i've spoken to at the cnn national desk as well as our wire team has spoken to throughout the morning. another one of the victims we confirmed earlier this afternoon. a.j. boik a high school student at gateway high school there in local aurora, colorado. he went to the movies with his girlfriend and a friend. both of them making it out alive. unfortunately a.j. perishing there in the theater. friends held a memorial service late friday. jesse childress is also among one of four service members wounded in the mass shooting by suspect james holmes. he is described by a family member as an active duty air force reserveman 27 years old. his famil
, an aspiring reporter who had moved from texas within the last year. she died after taking a bullet to her head, according to witnesses there. her dream of becoming a sports broadcaster cut tragically short. ironically, also, she was on scene in toronto last month when a mall shooting broke out there. she survived that only to perish in aurora. randi? >> nick, thank you for that. certainly tryinto pay tribute to those that we've lost. such disturbing stories. nick valencia, thank you very much. right now the fire department, the atf and several other agencies are on the scene at the suspect's apartment, james holmes' apartment. we have some live pictures for you from our affiliate kcnc at the apartment, which is only about four miles away from where i am here at the movie theater, where the shooting occurred. poppy harlow is at the suspect's apartment. poppy, tell us what's happening there right now. >> reporter: well, randi, as you took live the police presser here that just happened less than an hour ago, what they are doing now is they're getting ready for what they're calling controlled det
started. >> she came to denver from texas, wanted to start a career for herself in the media business and go on to bigger things. >> she loved sports. hockey in particular. she was working to become a reporter. adrian dieter was a men r mentor. >> you knew something was there. there was a spark in her. >> her boyfriend is a minor league hockey player in colorado. after learning of her death, he tweeted 140 could never do you justice. nor could all the words in this world. never wanted to fall asleep because it meant missing time with you. >> she would make friends with anybody she could. she would step up and offer herself to anybody. >> eerily, almost unbelievely, jessica was involved in a recent shooting at a toronto mall last month when a gunman shot five people. she was standing in the very spot just minutes before. jessica blogged about that experience writing, "i say all the time that every moment we have to live our life is a blessing. every hug from a family member, every laugh we share with friends. even the times in solitude are all blessings. every second of every day is a
markets today, prices for west texas crude and brent fell, after rising steadily for the last several days. investors sold oil futures on concerns about slower economic growth in the eurozone and what it could mean for oil and gasoline demand. one oil trader says he sees crude prices stabilizing at lower levels. >> near term, we're going to ease back a bit. i think we're probably going to be in the high 80s, maybe 85.5, maybe 87.5 will be where we are going to settle back here. until then, i don't see any reason for us to go much higher. we basically overshot our objectives here. >> susie: last night we told you about chipotle's disappointing sales growth. the upscale burrito maker blamed a cautious consumer and slowing u.s. economy. today, chipotle shares got burned. they fell almost $100 in early trading, but they were able to cut their losses and end the session down $87. restaurant rivals starbucks and panera bread also lost ground in today's trading. the past few weeks we've been and if you're planning a european summer vacation soon, you could be spending less money. the euro fell as
in texas and her brother jordan wants people to remember her name. >> i want her name to be remembered, or another victim's name, and remember what they stood for and what their life meant. >> she wrote a blog about hockey in denver and internet. station and got a lot of attention on youtube when an interview on the ice went wrong. she was always sending text messages and on twitter last night, she joked about dragging friends to a midnight show and lamented about waiting 20 minutes more for the show to start. it was the last 20 minutes of her life. her boyfriend remembered her on twitter like this " 140 characters could never do you justice, nor could all the words in this world, never wanted to fall asleep because it meant missing time with you ". >> and that is the cbs evening news for tonight. we will be back with the very latest on the shooting on a special cbs news program tonight at 8:00, 7 central time. from all of us at cbs news all around the world, i am scott pelly in our rural colorado and i will see you soon. >> and, good evening. >> tonight, renewed calls for stricter gun
changed over the years. + ronald is waiting from a houston, texas on the democratic line. what are your thoughts on yesterday's tragedy and what government and other parts of society needs to do to move forward? caller: i think people need to see jesus. he is the answer and [unintelligible] it is just sin is the number-one killer in america. it is time for this mission to repair and. repent. it is the cure for aids, gun violence, all violence whether you are black or white, whether you have a father or mother, if you've got jesus and christian values, you will make it. host: steamboat springs, colorado is waiting on the independent line. thanks for joining us, what are your thoughts? caller: i think it is a real tragedy. i believe in gun control but i am wondering if you have a person that has all the resources that the university of colorado of neuroscience has, why would he needs anything but a gun? he had a bulletproof vest and tear gas and i would think that that is more abhorrent behavior than just a gun. that is my comment. host: thanks for calling in this morning. here are a few
at the lackland air force base down in texas. >>> the past two days of rains are causing some flash flooding throughout parts of the metro area. but flooding has become a way of life for folks in the bloomingdale neighborhood of northwest dc. for the third time in eight days, summer storms have flooded rhode island avenue near first street. and each time, families have watched the water back up into their basements, and we're talking smelly, nasty water. >> the tub was rising. the toilet was rising. >> we're talking about raw sewage coming up. >> yes. it's not -- it's really bad. >> the storm drain in that area a century old. dc water crews are checking it out. walking through the pipes and clearing them out. but so far they have not found anything to explain why flooding has suddenly become so bad in that neighborhood. >> i guess tonight is not going to be a flooding night after all. >> well, it depends on where you're at. i think in the district, including the bloomingdale neighborhood, they're probably okay. but out towards prince williams and fairfax county, we did have a couple of flash
, texas. currently charged with premeditated murder. his trial will begin next year. and january 8, 2011 gerald love lofner. now, we have 24-year-old james holmes from san diego who allegedly killed 12 people, wounding 59 others in a colorado movie theater. the crime took place in aurora a suburb of denver. a place where i lived for two years. aurora is a middle class neighborhood, just regular folks. colorado authorities are holding holmes and there is no questie
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